The Pumas 7’s will play this Monday, July 26, against South Korea in search of qualification for the quarterfinals of the Olympic Games. Complete fixture.
Lucas González Amorosino analyzed in Scrum the Argentine dream debut against Australia and the subsequent fall against New Zealand.
In its presentation in the tournament, the Argentine team debuted in excellent form with a 29-19 victory against Australia, while in the second game they fell 35-14 against New Zealand. Based on these results, Argentina ranks third in the group with four points behind those selected (All Blacks 7’s have six and the Aussie 7’s also four). From the aforementioned results, What has to happen for Los Pumas 7’s to exceed the group zone?
Those led by Santiago Gómez Cora will close the first phase against South Korea, while their first two rivals will face each other. In the event that the Albiceleste team wins or draws their classification is assured, either as leader, second or one of the best third parties, all subject to what happens between New Zealand and Australia, which have +66 and +27 points difference respectively.
In the event that the national team lose, everything will depend on the difference that South Korea makes on the scoreboard (it has -88 points difference and Los Pumas 7’s -11), on what happens in the other crossing of the group or in other areas: in Group B Canada (-38) and Japan (-39) will fight to be one of the best third parties, while in Group C it will be Kenya (-14) and Ireland (-21).